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Rules and Regulations- How to have a safe experience at Dashcon 2015!

Hey there! If you’re reading this, you’re most likely going to attend Dashcon 2015 in Florida this year! Great! 

Of course, it isn’t you whose attending this year either. Many people from many walks of life are attending, too! As such, we have to make this enjoyable for everyone. Read on for the rules and regulations

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Hello lovelies, Danny and I are doing a little promo as a part of the Undiscovered Blogs Network. There will be a number of awards dedicated to popular songs between 2014/25. 

  • MBF Kimberley (caulifl0wer) and Danny (achlin
  • Reblog to be counted (likes will only serve as a bookmark)
  • Must reach 50+ reblogs due to the number of awards 
  • Taylor Swift - Shake It Off: Best Vintage 
  • Hozier - Take Me To Church: Best Pale  
  • Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud: Best Green (1)
  • Ariana Grande & The Weekend - Love Me Harder: Best Green (2)
  • Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass: Best Landscape / Nature
  • Maroon 5 - Animals: Best Blue
  • Fall Out Boy - Centuries: Best Colour-Coded (if any)
  • Sam Smith - Stay With Me: Best URL
  • Pharrell Williams - Happy: Best Theme 
  • Calvin Harris - Summer: Best Background  
  • Milky Chance - Stolen Dance: Kimberleys’ Favourite 
  • One Republic - Counting Stars: Dannys; Favourite 

The Awards will be posted after February 7th depending on the notes. If the post reaches more than 75+ reblogs more awards will be added. Solos will be posted on both of our blogs. 

We wish you all the very best x


So I want to do tumblr awards 2014/2015.


  • you must reblog this post (likes won’t count)
  • you must be following me (I will check who is following me!)
  • must be my active follower (reblog from me, follow my ig, take part in promos, talk to me etc)


  • you will gain
  • winners will be on my blog for 2 weeks
  • I will help you with html and I’ll be your friend!


  • nicest blogger (1 winner)
  • best url (1 winner)
  • best icon (2 winners)
  • best banner (1 winner)
  • best theme (2 winners)
  • best posts (2 winners)
  • my biggest fan (1 winner)
  • best page “mine” (1 winner)
  • bronse (1 winner)
  • silver gold (1 winner)
  • best blog ever (1 winner)

I will choose after Christmas. I will choose on 30.12.2014!!! Good luck everybody!

Victoria x

Supreme Court throws out lower court ruling that forces Notre Dame to provide contraception

In case anybody doesn’t already realize this, Notre Dame University is a private Catholic school, and Obamacare’s contraception mandate forcing institutions to provide health insurance covering contraception and abortifacients specifically violates mainstream Catholic beliefs.

After the landmark Hobby Lobby ruling, the 7th Circuit of Appeals court tried to rule that Notre Dame was still required to provide contraception coverage to employees and students who used their health care system, but today the Supreme Court tossed out that decision and ordered the 7th Circuit to rehear the case.

from Reuters:

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday revived the University of Notre Dame’s religious objections to the requirement for contraception coverage under President Barack Obama’s healthcare law, throwing out a lower court decision in favor of the federal government.

The justices asked the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its decision against the South Bend, Indiana-based Roman Catholic university in light of the June 2014 Supreme Court ruling that allowed certain privately owned corporations to seek exemptions from the provision.

The case is part of national litigation concerning religious objections to the contraception provision of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, known widely as Obamacare.

The law requires employers to provide health insurance policies that cover preventive services for women including access to contraception and sterilization.

Various challengers, including family-owned companies and religious affiliated nonprofits that oppose abortion and sometimes the use of contraceptives, say the requirement infringes on their religious beliefs.
Mark Rienzi, a lawyer with the religious rights group Becket Fund for Religious Liberty who has been involved in similar cases, said Monday’s action was “a strong signal that the Supreme Court will ultimately reject the government’s narrow view of religious liberty.”

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The concept of forcing anyone to buy anything is abhorrent and violates their inalienable right to liberty.